3 edition of Heat transfer in thermal plasma processing found in the catalog.
Heat transfer in thermal plasma processing
National Heat Transfer Conference (28th 1991 Minneapolis, Minn.)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||sponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by K. Etemadi, J. Mostaghimi.|
|Series||HTD ;, vol. 161, HTD (Series) ;, v. 161.|
|Contributions||Etemadi, K., Mostaghimi, J., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division.|
|LC Classifications||QC718.5.H5 N38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||91055581|
This book guides the reader through the process of model creation for heat transfer analysis with the finite element method. The book describes thermal imaging experiments that demonstrate how such models can be validated. It presents application examples, such as heating water in a kettle, to basement insulation, a heated seat, molten rock Author: Layla S. Mayboudi. This unique two-volume book is published to celebrate the life and achievements of Prof Mikhael F Zhukov, one of the leading Russian scientists working in the area of plasma science and technology. Leading scientists in plasma research and development from Russia, CIS, USA, Canada, Czech Republic, China, Brazil, France, Norway, Yugoslavia and Korea have contributed to this book.
Heat transfer, any or all of several kinds of phenomena, considered as mechanisms, that convey energy and entropy from one location to another. The specific mechanisms are usually referred to as convection, thermal radiation, and conduction. Transfer of heat usually involves all these processes. The processes associated with heat transfer from the plasma to a solid surface are significantly more complicated than for unionized gases because of the electrical sheath which lies close to the solid surface. The proposed work involves the study of the heat transfer to a single particle moving in a thermal plasma.
The Heat Transfer Module has robust interfaces for modeling heat transfer in porous media, accounting for both conduction and convection in solid and open pore phases of the porous matrix. You can select different averaging models to define effective heat transfer properties that are automatically calculated from the respective properties of. A Finite-Element Model (FEM) for thermal-barrier coatings was employed to elaborate the temperature distribution on yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) free surface during cracks coalescing, then the influence of sintering of YSZ induced by heat-transfer overlapping on energy release rate was quantificationally evaluated. A three-dimensional model including three layers was fabricated.
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Thermal plasma processing is carried out near atmospheric pressure, so that it involves different regimes of density, power, and heat flow from those in the preceding technologies. It must be viewed in the context of much broader trends that exert a strong influence on the development of this technology.
Download Citation | Plasma-Particle Heat Transfer | The control of thermal plasma technologies, which present extreme gradients of all the properties of interest, requires a solid knowledge of the. Thermal plasma processing using a plasma jet with high speed and high heat capacity is one of the most promising methods for synthesizing new materials.
Since thermal plasma processing is, in general, governed by a large number of parameters, implementation of controls becomes mandatory (Fauchais and Vardelle, ; Pfend er, ). Thermal plasma technology is potentially useful for a range of materials processing applications, such as the synthesis of sub-micron, ultra-pure ceramic powders.
Thermal plasma reactors are characterised by short residence times (between 10 and ms). Under certain processing conditions, the TiC powders have been completely spheroidized. The morphology and structure of individual spherical particles were examined and their formation mechanism was discussed based on calculation of heat transfer kinetics of the particles in the thermal by: The heat transfer from the plasma to the particles results in heating and melting of the particles.
The molten particles impact on a surface forming a thin coat. In this paper, we investigate the heating and melting of a spherical particle injected into a thermal plasma.
An original plasma process for carbon black and hydrogen synthesis is presented. A pilot scale ( kW) reactor is developed to obtain new carbon black grades from hydrocarbon if three populations of particles are observed, the plasma carbon black is mainly characterised by spherical nanoparticles with a high degree of turbostratic organisation.
Abstract. Plasma melting is a material-processing technique in which the heat of a thermal plasma is used to melt a material. This article discusses the two ty. Heat is defined in physics as the transfer of thermal energy across a well-defined boundary around a thermodynamic thermodynamic free energy is the amount of work that a thermodynamic system can perform.
Enthalpy is a thermodynamic potential, designated by the letter "H", that is the sum of the internal energy of the system (U) plus the product of pressure (P) and volume (V). A particle injected into a thermal plasma will experience a number of effects which are not present in an ordinary gas.
In this paper effects exerted on the motion of a particle will be reviewed and analyzed in the context of thermal plasma processing of materials.
The primary purpose of this paper is an assessment of the relative importance of various effects on particle motion.
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Heat transfer is involved in numerous industrial technologies. This interdisciplinary book comprises 16 chapters dealing with combined action of heat transfer and concomitant processes. Five chapters of its first section discuss heat effects due to laser, ion and plasma-solid interaction.
In eight chapters of the second section engineering applications of heat conduction equations to the. High Temperature Thermal Devices for Nuclear Process Heat Transfer Applications. By Piyush Sabharwall and Eung Soo Kim.
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The kinetics of the process of gasification in plasma flow is analyzed on the basis of solution of equations of heat transfer from plasma to particles and the Arhenius equation describing.
Heat and momentum transfer to spherical particles in thermal plasma has been studied extensively for the application of plasma spray coating [4 and references therein].
It has been shown that the heat transfer to a surface of a solid introduced in thermal plasma flow is greater than that for flow of an unionized gas [5, 6]. The combination of COMSOL ® products required to model your application depends on several factors and may include boundary conditions, material properties, physics interfaces, and part libraries.
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Such a process will only occur if there is available a substantial surplus of thermal energy, and a retention time far longer than the few milliseconds available in a conventional. plasma jet. If it is required to vaporize not one but many. A three‐dimensional heat transfer model for laser material processing with a moving Gaussian heat source is developed using finite difference numerical techniques.
In order to develop the model, the process is physically defined as follows: A laser beam, having a defined power distribution, strikes the surface of an opaque substrate of infinite length but finite width and depth moving with a.
Other chapters consider the successful exploitation of thermal plasmas in the field of high temperature chemistry. This book discusses as well the status of plasma processes involving mass transfer and heat, with reference to the processes of condensation, vaporization, and chemical reaction.
Optimization of heat transfer systems (HTSs) benefits energy efficiency. However, current optimization studies mainly focus on the improvement of system design, component design, and local process intensification separately, which may miss the optimal results and lack reliability.
This work proposes a synergetic optimization method integrating levels of the local process, component to system. Get this from a library! Heat transfer in thermal plasma processing: presented at the 28th National Heat Transfer Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July[K Etemadi; J Mostaghimi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
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